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  • Pacific Palisades, California, 18 Feb 17

    Lahiri moves into tied seventh at Genesis Open after second round 67

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (70-67) moved into tied seventh place after carding a four-under-67 in round two of the Genesis Open on the PGA Tour. 

    Lahiri had earlier shot a first round score of one-under-70. He could play only one hole, which he birdied, in the third round which was suspended due to fading light on Saturday
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  • Hyderabad, 17 Feb 17

    Kunal Bhasin shines with a 66, in five-way lead with Mukesh Kumar, Abhijit Singh Chadha, Himmat Singh Rai & Khalin Joshi

    Round two of the Golconda Masters 2017 witnessed a leaderboard logjam as five players shared the lead at seven-under-135. Australia’s Kunal Bhasin produced a masterclass five-under-66 to be the joint leader along with Mukesh Kumar (67) of Mhow, Chandigarh’s Abhijit Singh Chadha (67), Delhi’s Himmat Singh Rai (68) and Bengalurean Khalin Joshi (70). 

    Reigning champion Ajeetesh Sandhu (67) was bunched together in tied sixth at five-under-137 along with Samarth Dwivedi (68), Angad Cheema (71), round one leader Sameer M Shaikh (74), Digvijay Singh (67), M Dharma (69) and Sri Lankan Anura Rohana (67)
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  • Perth, Australia, 17 Feb 17

    Jeev moves up to tied 17th in Perth

    India's Jeev Milkha Singh jumped 26 places to tied 17th in round two of the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth. The former Asia No. 1 followed up his first round 70 with a four-under-68 in round two that moved his total to six-under-138
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  • Hyderabad, 16 Feb 17

    Sameer Shaikh flies high with career-best eight-under-63, takes round one lead at Golconda Masters 2017

    Pune’s Sameer Shaikh produced the best round of his professional career, a fiery bogey-free eight-under-63, to take the lead and stamp his authority on day one of the Golconda Masters 2017 being played at the Hyderabad Golf Club’s pristine par-71 course.

    Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi, a three-time winner on the PGTI, also posted an impressive six-under-65, to occupy second place at the end of round one of the Rs. 40 lakh event
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  • Perth, Australia, 16 Feb 17

    Jeev, Chiragh, Shiv best placed Indians after round one in Perth

    The Indian trio of Jeev Milkha Singh, Chiragh Kumar and Shiv Kapur carded scores of two-under-70 to be placed tied 43rd in round one of the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth.

    Australia’s Brett Rumford and England’s Mark Foster made their early moves when they fired matching six-under-66s to grab the first round lead at the AUD$1.75 million event which is tri-sanctioned by the European Tour, Asian Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia
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